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The indoor experience: four restaurants to have on your radar

As indoor dining finally resumes and restaurants across London open their doors to welcome customers back, we’re rounding up just a few of the many fantastic restaurants that we’re looking to visit once again.

Amazonico

Amazonico has gained a reputation as one of London’s most Instagrammable restaurants with its exotic animals and lush foliage filling their large dining room.

Amazonico boasts a jungle themed interior that promises to take you on a sensory journey along the Amazon River and through Latin America. The menu focuses on fresh fish and includes an in-house sushi bar.

Popular menu items include the ‘Ora King Salmon Maki’ and ‘Bluefin Tuna Akami’, as well as their much sought-after ‘Guava Cheesecake’. So, if you fancy being taken to a gastronomic paradise for a night you won’t forget, then this is the place to be.

amazonicorestaurant.com/london/

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Juno Rooms

A lively and vibrant bar offering, Juno Rooms is located moments away from Mansion House and St. Paul’s.

Spread across two floors, the main dining room has a stylish interior and offers exciting sharing boards alongside British classics, with their infamous ‘Buttermilk Burger’ on the hot-list of the most requested dishes (apparently it’s all in the crunch).

If you want to carry on the celebrations after your meal, then downstairs is the perfect spot, as it offers some of London’s best cocktails as well as hosting one-off DJ events on the weekends. So, if you have something to celebrate or just want to let your hair down, why not pop by and treat yourself to a ‘Colada Collin’…or three.

https://www.junorooms.com/eat-drink

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Cigalon

Cigalon is a contemporary French restaurant cooking highly seasonal, flavour-packed plates of food.

Set up by Pascal Aussignac of Club Gascon fame in 2011 the restaurant, set within the chic surroundings of a former auction house, has received glowing reviews for its well-priced menu.

The menu is inspired by the flavours of Provence and surrounding Mediterranean coastline and the extensive wine list aims to showcase wines from around the globe. House favourites include southern French and Corsican wines and if you fancy broadening your wine knowledge, Cigalon host monthly wine dinners exploring different wine regions.

https://www.cigalon.co.uk/

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Santo Remedio

Located a short walk from London Bridge, Santo Remedio is a modern Mexican restaurant offering regional dishes, using speciality ingredients from Mexico including their well-known ‘Baja Fish Tacos’ and ‘Plantain with Queso Fresco Cheese’.

The restaurant’s brunch is one not to be missed, taking place every Saturday and with your choice of unlimited house margaritas, cava or Mexican beers to accompany your meal, it’s the perfect spot to catch up with friends and celebrate the weekend. We advise going steady on those margaritas if you want to remember how good the food is.

https://www.santoremedio.co.uk/menu